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used in The Tipping Point

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the act of lying to or misleading someone
  • Even cheating in the classroom is rather highly specific, for a child may cheat on an arithmetic test and not on a spelling test, etc. Whether a child will practice deceit in any given situation depends in part on his intelligence, age, home background, and the like and in part on the nature of the situation itself and his particular relation to it.
    Chapter 4 (70% in)
  • Their complete findings can be found in Hugh Hartshornc and Mark May, Studies in the Nature of Character, vol. 1, Studies in Deceit (New York: Macmillan, 1928).
    End Notes (64% in)

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